Iroso Ate: Meaning, Patakies tips and more

oddun of Ifa iroso ate

Iroso Ate is the sign of Ifa that is formed between the union of the older Odu Iroso and Irete, Orunmila advises that this person should make sacrifice and listen to the advice that is given so that his life is pleasant.

Other names of the Oddun Iroso Ate:

  • Iroso Irete.
  • Iroso Unkuemi.

What is born in the odu of Ifa Iroso Ate?

  • The candle. Orúnmila with a stick took out a candle and defeated his enemies.
  • Aboni, where the abortion was first performed.
  • The day of itá de Untefá.

What is the sign of Ifa Iroso Ate talking about?

  • That others want to know how you live.
  • That if they take you something to pawn, accept it, it will be your luck.
  • That this was where Orúnmila was thrown out for lack of faith in him.
  • That the person is lost due to lack of faith in Orúnmila. When adversity touches him, making him live something that he thinks he does not deserve to suffer, he forgets that each person has his destiny on earth and blasphemes the saints, not realizing that their mission is only to help him live that test.
  • That if the Awó does not attend to this Odu de Ifá, he will be in great danger.
  • That you have to be careful with the aleyo that you see this Odu.
  • That by this Odu the aleyo has to quickly receive Orúnmila, so that he does not get lost.
  • This is where mothers lead their children by the hand. It depends on whether Iré or Osobo is coming.
  • That the person looks for three things that are impossible to achieve as long as he does not do ebo and receive Orúnmila.
  • That they throw damage at your door.
  • That the person is or will be brain sick.
  • The fact that Elegua it is cladding the low grass.
  • That this was where the king sent for OrúnmilaThis did not go and the king had to come and when he entered his crown fell silent.
  • Here Orúnmila said that the only crown that prevailed was his.
  • Of lawsuits in your house or deaf envy that has you behind.
  • Iroso Ate talks about the loss of a pledge he had and that is why he is late.
  • That there is a person who wants to have friendship with you, and he will not give importance to it but later you will obtain his familiarity, it suits him and that friendship will be profitable for him.

What are the prohibitions of Iroso Unkuemi?

  • You cannot lend money because they work badly with it.
  • You cannot spend the money they give you on account of any work, because they are going to claim it.
  • You can't ring the money in your pocket.

Sayings of the Sign of Ifa Iroso Ate: 

  • Hunger is a bad counselor.
  • Immortality is older than destiny. 
  • Anyone who despises another sooner or later needs him. 
  • He who knows how to care always has. 
  • Advice does not serve the deaf, examples do. 
  • No one tied by his legs can walk. 
  • The sloth says there is a lion in the street. 
  • The violent man tends to his own life. 
  • Don't be too quick to sue lest your lawsuit embarrass you. 
  • Like clouds in rainy days is the man who boasts of his gifts.

Ifa Iroso Ate says:

If this Odu appears in the Igbodun, the person will be told to sacrifice many (detailed) dishes.

Since he was destined to be very rich, as long as he maintains a good heart and human disposition.

Says Ifa in Iroso Unkuemi when he appears in divination for a person who has a pending case, he will be advised to serve Eshu with a goat so that he receives a favorable judgment.

When this Odu appears in the Igbodun divination, the person will send a hen and three eggs to the Elders of the Night. In ordinary divination, the person will give a goat to Eshu.

When you appear to a sterile woman, you will be told that unless you change your current home or environment, to marry a doctor or doctor, you will not be able to have a child.

When this Odu "Iroso Ate" appears for a man in divination, he will be told to receive his own Ifá. If he already has Ifa, he will be told that he is not serving him faithfully and that he will have to learn Ifa because he is supposed to be an Ifa practitioner.

If he appears for a woman, she will be told to tell her husband to Reverence Ifa, but that if he refuses he will have a short life, or she will finally abandon him. If the woman does not have children, she will be told that she will only have one child after she sacrifices three goats to Ifá, or if her wife agrees to receive Ifá. She has three enemies who are witches and in her father's village there are three trees; Iroko, oak and Agbo or Ukhu. There is also an Osan agbalumo (tree) in the village. A special sacrifice must be made by her at the foot of these trees by calling the 3 witches - Aje Umobi, Aje Umosan and Aje Umaghun.

Iroso Ate when it appears for a pregnant woman or in a ceremonial divination of appointment the child must be called Awoyemi if it is male, and Ifayemi if it is female.

Prayer of the Iroso Ate Ifa sign:

Iroso Unkuemi intori tuka aparo, I will tie table, ewe anatori eye parked, I will tie goal, awado tuyere merin ayé kashá guegue sherin shayo kansha guegue teruko omode tobarini.

Ebbo from Odu Iroso Ate (Irete):

He puts a stick his size behind the door with a litter of candle and eats with Elegba.
A machete (Ada) is put on Elegba.
A river ota is placed in front of Orúnmila in a precious wooden box with a crown.

Tips from Oddun Iroso Unkuemi:

When this Oddun of Ifa appears in divination, the person will be told to make sacrifice with a goat, a rooster and a hen and will be told to gather patience because their prosperity is waiting.

Ifá advises that this person should make sacrifice so that his life is pleasant.

Recommendations of the Ifa Sign Iroso Ate:

  • Put a stick the size of the person and a candle behind the door and eat with Elegba.
  • For nothing that happens in life I dump Ifá.
  • Anyone who needs you for something to pick you up at home does not accept messages because they do not want to consider you.
  • Beware of tie by women.
  • In Iroso Ate you must have Osanyin as a foundation.
  • Do not lend your money without distinction of person.
  • You never ring the money or talk about whether you have it or not, because in your house there is a person who has serious grudges with you and even if you do not tell him he thinks bad of you.

Iroso Ate Osobo Iku.

  • Here they wanted to burn the slug, putting a candle under the pan so that when he went to bathe it would burn and die.
  • Mark Desbarate for the death of one of the conjugates.

Iroso Unkuemi Osogbo Arun

The person is or will be brain diseased.

Iroso Irete Osobo Ofo

Talk about losses, the person is lost due to lack of faith in Orúnmila

Osobo Eyo

  • Here they mistreated and embarrassed Iroso Unkuemi.
  • He speaks of treason, here Yemayá cheated on Oduduwa with Boromu and Brosia betrayed them.
  • This was where Ogún took the war and the discussion to the sea.

Iroso Ate Ire Ariku

For this Odu the aleyo has to quickly receive Orúnmila, because only he saves him.

Ire Ashegun Ota

  • People try to know how the person lives.
  • It says that the person looks for three things that are impossible to achieve while not doing ebo.
  • Talk about damaging the door.
  • Here Elegba is cladding the low grass.

Code of ethics of Ifa of the Iroso Irete:

The Awó will never try to impose himself.

Pataki of the sign of Ifa Iroso Ate:

HERE OGÚN TOOK THE WAR AND THE DISCUSSION TO THE SEA

On this path a wise man was born, who due to his influence was the greatest, it is said that he was the first Obatala who was born, in an Awo that contained an unknown liquid and stone. This Awo was cared for by an akukó, where the akukó could not drink from the liquid that the Awo contained.

One day he did and underwent a transformation. Here Oduduwa regained the care of the Awó because the akukó did nothing but sleep because of the liquid he had taken, it was a drug, where the multiplication of the species was the result, in addition to the races.

In the land Oduduwa joined Olokun having several children from that union, but they separated, since they could not live together due to incompatibility of characters. Olokun divided his house, where he made the sea, in one he made the basis of a male, the most valuable of Oduduwa's children was OggunHe liked quarrels and he was a revolutionary, because he was completely okuni, he dressed as eyo, at the same time he took it, where he needed to modify his way of life and became Ifa.

He made an iron Okpele of his size and when he came to places throwing it the earth shook, everyone was scared, Ogún scared Obatalá and he cursed him to take that out of his house, Ogún went to the sea and threw it there and thus he took the war and the discussion to the sea.

Iroso Ate - Traditional Nigerian Ifa.

ÌROSÙN ÌRETÈ

Igi àjùbà ni ń mì jóńgò jóńgò
A dífá fún Òpìnmí
Ti ń bo Ikin è tí ń bo Òsun nítorí omo
Wón ní kó rbo
Wón nire gbogbo fún un
Wón ní gbogbo ire ní ó sùn un bò
Uhhhhhhhhhhh
Omo
Aya
Sùgbón kó da Ifá àti Òsun pò sójú kan
Kó sì bo wón papò
Ó bá rbo
Ayé bá ye é
N ní wá ń jó ní ń yò
Ní ń yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo ń yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Igi àjùbà ni ń mì jóńgò jóńgò
A dífá fún Òpìnmí
Ti ń bo Ikin è tí ń bo Òsun nítorí omo
Ìgbà Òpìnmí ń bo Ikin è tí ń bÒsun la rájé
Ìgbà Òpìnmí ń bo Ikin è tí ń bÒsun la ráya
Ìgbà Òpìnmí ń bo Ikin è tí ń bÒsun la bímo
Ìgbà Òpìnmí ń bo Ikin è tí ń bÒsun la kólé
Mo mòmò yin igi àjùbà tí ń mi jóńgò jóńgò
Òpìnmí tí ń bo Ikin è
Ń you ń bÒsun.

Ifá predicts for this person the good fortune of children. A chicken, a fish and palm oil is the sacrifice. The person will simultaneously make sacrifice to Ifá and Òsun in the same tureen or Jícara so that their things can be resolved.

Igi àjùbà ni ń mì jóńgò jóńgò
He made divination for Òpìnmí
When he would sacrifice his Ikin and Òsun to have children
He was advised to make sacrifice
So that all good fortunes are abundant
Whether wealth
Wifes
Children
But he must gather Ifá and Òsun in a tureen or gourd
And offer sacrifice to them simultaneously
He made the sacrifice
His life was pleasant
He began to praise his Babaláwo
His Babaláwo praised Ifá
He said it was exactly as his Babaláwo had said
Igi àjùbà ni ń mì jóńgò jóńgò
He made divination for Òpìnmí
When he would sacrifice his Ikin and Òsun to have children
It was when Òpìnmí sacrificed his Ikin and Òsun that we had wealth
It was when Òpìnmí sacrificed his Ikin and Òsun that we had wives
It was when Òpìnmí sacrificed his Ikin and Òsun that we had a home
I praise you Igi àjùbà ni ń mì jóńgò jóńgò
Òpìnmí has ​​been worshiping his Ikin
He had been worshiping Òsun.

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